Sunday, August 30, 2020

The Ultimate Guide to SSS Member’s Online Registration in 2020

Registering your Social Security System (SSS) online membership is the first step to safely and conveniently check your SSS records and see what you can get as a member.

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That means if you are a registered online SSS member, you can  apply for a loan or check your contribution without going to an SSS branch.  All you need to have is a device that is connected to the internet.

 

To get you started with your SSS online journey, here are the steps on how to register your online membership and to retrieve or change your password.



Three Easy Steps to SSS Member's Online Registration

 

1. Go to the SSS website:  https://www.sss.gov.ph/ and click  these buttons until you are directed to the Online Registration Page: <Member >; <Not yet registered in My.SSS>; and <Mobile Number Registered in SSS>; 






2. Fill out the required data in the SSS online form and follow the instructions, including the encoding of the captcha code and ticking the box of the “I agree to the Terms of Service”;


 

Tips:

 

Ensure that all the required fields are correctly filled up;

 

Use the name appearing in your SSS ID or UMID card if it exceeds the allowed characters of the form;

 

Use the drop-down calendar for the date of birth;

 

3. Check your email after 30 minutes for the activation link. Click and follow the instruction to activate your registration;


Tips: 

 

Password should be alphanumeric, with an alphabet as the first character;

 

Password should have no special characters and different from your username;


Activation of your registration should be made within 5 days from the receipt of the activation link, otherwise, it will expire and you will have to repeat the process.

 

Three Steps to Retrieve/Change your SSS Online Account Password

 

1. Go to the SSS website:  https://www.sss.gov.ph/ and click these buttons: <Member > and <Forgot your user ID or Password>;


 

2. You will be directed to the page where you will enter your Common Reference Number(CRN) or SSS Number and Captcha Code;




 3. Check your email for the Password Reset Link and follow the instructions.

 

Tips:


If you can not access the email associated with your SSS online account, you may request a password reset to the nearest SSS branch in your area.


Or you may email to "onlineserviceassistance@sss.gov.ph" and wait for the SSS instruction on how reset the password.


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Final Thoughts

 

The pandemic has restricted our movement. But that doesn't mean we will not do our routine.  

 

SSS has improved their processes by limiting face-to-face interaction.  All their transactions are now processed online.  You should have an online SSS account to fully reap the benefits of their online service facility.  

 

Remember that if we follow the instructions for each of the SSS service  correctly, we can have a hassle-free business.


Did you have your SSS Membership online account?  Please share your experience using their online services.  We would like to know if you find it easy to use the online facility.


8 comments:

  1. This is a great step by step guide! I love that you included screenshots to help. I’m not as tech savvy so this is really helpful :)

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  2. This post is very informative. I would have never known how to do this online registration. You provided such easy instructions.

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  3. Although not a resident of the Philippines, I came across this post and found the layout and instructions really easy for anyone to follow. Great timing for something like this as well to help many people during these worrying pandemic times.

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  4. I like that you included photos so people can visually see the steps as well.

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  5. Yes, I do have an SSS online account and it's been really helpful in terms of tracking my contributions and making sure that everything is okay. Thanks for creating this guide!

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  6. thanks for sharing this useful info, wish my home country here have the similar equivalent registration too. cheers, siennylovesdrawing

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  7. very informative,,,being a seafarer,govt impose contribution is a must for us...being onbard the ship helps me track my contribution at all times.also the recent programs the SSS have for its memmbers..but we need to admit that not all people hAS access to internet and most elder people have difficulties learning the online process

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  8. I had no idea what SSS is until now. Great detailed output dear!

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